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Feb 17, 2013 11:00am EST
arrangements at stat she decides how to decorat the white house, what china to choose. stereotype that in looking at the historical research doesn't hold up. going back to the very first, first lady, martha washing tong and the second were involved in cabinet decisions, involved in campaigning. these women were political what i found in my book i that was pretty much true exceptions throughou history. >> who held executive power. >> i certainly edith wilson woodrow wilson was laid up with what was probably a country. walked into him where he was with him and would come out with documents or instructions she said were from him and tell the cabinet what to do. wisdoms. for example the league o nations. >> one of his most important priorities after world war one was to get the league of nations established so there would never again be a global conflict. unfortunately he botched the politics of it the speaker of the senat came to -- the senate majority leader came to hi and told him he needed to compromise with the republican isolationists i he wanted to get the leagu of nations treaty ra
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